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Full text of "Roses: an alphabetical and descriptive list of all leading varieties grown at King's Acre Nurseries Hereford"

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on own Roots. 



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pleased to submit a I^ist 
of Roses specially grown on 
THEIR OWN Roots in clean, 
healthy, and well grown plants. 




Roses 



AUTUMN mi 
SPRING 19i2 



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An Alphabetical and 
Descriptive List of ^ 
All Leading Varieties 
Grown at # # # 



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KING'S ACRE NURSERIES 
HEREFORD 



Registered Copyright. 



Telegrams— 

"ROSES, HEREFORD." V;^,^*^ X^ ^ 

TEI.EPHONE No. 46. J^^^9 ^ JVCFC 

NuFseries, 

Seed and Floral Department — 

No. 1 HIGH TOWN. J^CFefOFCl, 

Nat. Tei^ephon^ No. 48. 



wA jTY E trust that the compilation of this small 
J/\ CATAI.OGUH (in which all the leading 

varieties of Roses are alphabetically 
arranged and briefly described) may be found useful, 
not only for reference to by Rose growers, but also 
in affording a ready means of ordering any required 
varieties. 



IMPORTANT. 



To those who may be wishful either to 
order or to obtain special quotations it is only 
necessary : — 

1. To Mark in the Coi^umn opposite any Rose the 

Number of Standards, Half -Standards, or 
Dwarfs required. 

2. Kindly to fill in Name and Address on page 28. 



ROSES. 

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A bel Carriere, velvety crimson 

** Abel Grand, Hght pink 

Acidalie, white, tinted, for walls , 

Admiral Dewey, blush white , 

Aennchen MuUer, large brilliant rose ... .'.[ 

Agate, small yellow flowers, dwarf 

Aglaia, yellow rambler 

Aimee Cochet, pink, rosy peach centre ... 
Aimee Vibert, climbing, pure white, small 
Alba Rosea, white, flushed pink centre 

Alba Simplex, white 

Albatross, ivory white, tinted blush ', 

Alberic Barbier, creamy white, shaded yellow ... 

Alexr. Hill Gray (igii), pure yeUow 

Alexandra, pale buff, orange centre 

Alexandra Zarifa, terra-cotta to buff 

Alfred Colomb, light crimson 

Alfred K. Williams, brilliant carmine 

Alice Cory- Wright, pink, high centre 

Alice Grahame, ivory white, tinted salmon 

Alice Leroy, rosy pink 

Alice Lindsell, creamy white, pink centre 

Alister Stella Gray, climber, yellow 

Althea (1909), opaque salmon pink 

A Maille, bright carmine red 

Amadis, brilliant purple crimson 

Amateur Teyssier, dark saffron yellow ... .." 

Amber, single amber flowers, 1/6 

American Beauty, rosy pink, free grower 

American Pillar, chaste shade of pink 

Amy Robsart, deep rose ,[ 

Andre Gamon, bright decorative rose ... 

Angel Peluffo, rosy flesh 

Anna de Diesbach, glossy pink .,[ 

Anna Olivier, flesh rose colour ].' 

Anne Marie de Montravel, pure white, fairy rose| 



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Anne of Geierstein, crimson, dark 
Annie Wood, very rich bright carmine ... 
Antoinette Guillerat, rosy copper 
Antoine Rivoire, flesh pink, yellow base 
Apotheker G. Hofer, bright red, large and full. 
Apple Blossom, grand for massing 

Archduke Charles, pale rose , 

Ards Pillar, velvety crimson, very fine ... 
Ards Rambler, orange-crimson ... 

Ards Rover, crimson, shaded maroon 

Arethusa, bedding, yellow tinted apricot 

Ariel (1910), bright amaranth pink 

Auguste Barbier, rosy crimson 

Auguste Co mte, pink edged carmine 

Auguste Hamant, pink, shaded gold 

Auguste Rigotard, clear crimson 

Augustine Guinoisseau, white, tinged flesh 
Aurora, salmon-pink, very fragrant 

Austrian Copper Briar, single, copper 

Austrian Yellow Briar, single, yellow 

Avoca, crimson scarlet 

Jaby Dorothy, dwarf Dorothy Perkins 
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Banksian, climbing, yellow clusters 

Barbarossa, pure carmine red 
Bardou Job, single, bright crimson, large 
Baron de Bonstetten, deep crimson, shaded 
Baron dc Wassenaer, deep rose colour ... 
Baroness Rothschild, flesh pink, perfect shape .. 
Baroness Van Ittersum (191 1), briUiant scarlet 
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Beatrice, rich pink, shaded vermiUion 

Beaute de I'Europe, sulphur-yellow 

Beaute de Lyon, coral red, slightly shaded yell. * 
Beauty 0! GIazenwood(syn. Fortune's Yellow)... 
Beaute Inconstante, coppery red, shaded 

Beauty of Waltham, bright carmine 

Belle Lyonnaise, climbing, cream, shaded 
Belle Siebrecht(Mys. /. W. Grant) 



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Ben Cant, clear cri-nsou, flushed 
Bennett's Seedling, climbing, white, double 
Bertha Gieman, cream coloured M. of Dufferin 
Beryl, deep golden yellow 
Bessie Brown, creamy white 
Betty, coppery rose, suffused yellow^ 
Betty Berkeley, bright red, pointed buds 
Billiard et Barre, climbing, golden yellow 

Blairii No. 2, fine blush, climbing 

Blanc Double de Coubert, pure white, double .. 

Blanche Moreau, pure white 

Blush Rambler, blush, light centre , 

Boadicea, pale peach, tinted 

Bob Davison, scarlet, shaded crimson ... 

Boskoop Baby, rosy flowers in bunches 

Boule de Neige, pure white 

Bouquet d'Or, climbing, deep yellow 

Brenda, peach, very dainty 

Bridesmaid, beautiful pink 

Buttercup (1908), single, lemon white 

^^abbage Provence, old rosy pink and white 

^^ Calocarpa, bright rose 

Camille Bernardin, vivid crimson 

Camoens, bright, pretty bud 

Captain Christy, delicate flesh rose 
Captain Hay ward, bright carmine-crimson 
Carine (191 1), orange carmine to coppery salmon 
Carmine Pillar, Paul's, single, rosy carmine 

Caroline Testout, bright rose 

Catherine Mermet, flesh rose colour 

Catherine Seyton,,soft rosy pink... 
Cecile Brunner, bright rose, yellow centre 
Celestial, blush colour, old-fashioned 

Celia, bright satin pink 

Celine Forestier, cHmbing, sulphur yellow 

Chameleon, pale pink ... 

Charles Darwin, deep crimson, shaded 

Charles J. Grahame, orange-crimson 

Charles Lefebvre, scarlet-crimson 



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Cherry Ripe, crimson, good bedder 

Cheshunt Hybrid, climbing, carmine 

Claire Jacquier, nankeen yellow 

Clara Watson, pearly white, peach centre 

Claudius, bright rose 

Cleopatra, very pale pink ... 
Climbing Captain Christy, delicate flesh rose .. 
Climbing Caroline Testout, sport from parent .. 
Climbing C. Mermet, sport from parent 

Climbing Charles Lefebvre 

Climbing Devoniensis, creamy white 

Climbing Frau Karl Druschki, white 

Climbing Jules Margottin, glossy carmine 
Climbing Kaiserin Augusta Victoria, white 
Climbing La France, silvery rose colour 
Climbing Lady-Ashtown, pale Rose du Barri .. 

Climbing Lady Moyra Beauclerc 

Climbing Liberty, velvety crimson 

Climbing Malmaison, flesh coloured 

Climbing Mrs. W. J. Grant, salmon-pink 

Climbing Niphetos, pure white 

Climbing Papa Gontier, bright crimson 

Climbing Perle des Jardins, deep straw colour .. 

Climbing White M. Cochet, pure white 

Climbing White Pet, white, in clusters 

Clio, flesh shaded, pink centre 

Cloth ol Gold, climbing yellow 

Col. R. S. Williamson, white, blush centre 

Commandante Felix Faure, rich lake 

Commander Jules Gravereaux, red 

Common China, pink 

Common Moss, Pale rose 

Comte de Raimbaud, bright crimson 

Comtesse de Murinaise, white 

Comtesse de Nadaillac, yellow, tinted 

Comtesse de Panisse, flesh, tinted with gold .. 

Comtesse de Saxe, porcelain white 

Comtesse du Cayla, reddish carmine 

Conrad F. Meyer, clear silvery rose colour 


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Corallina, deep rosy crimson ... ... 

Gorinna, flesh colour, shaded rose 
Corona, bedding, delicate creamy pink... 
Countess Annesley, rosy salmon 
Countess Cairns, cerise carmine ... 

Countess of Caledon, carmine rose 

Countess of Derby, rose, salmon centre 
Countess of Gosford, salmon pink 

Countess of Ilchester, carmine pink 

Countess of Oxford, deep carmine, shaded 
Countess of Rosebery, brilliant carmine 
Countess of Shaftesbury (191 1), silvery carmine 

Coupe de Hebe, flesh colour 

Cramoisie Superieure, crimson-scarlet ... 

Crested Moss, pale pink, large, double 

Crimson Bedder {Cranston's), scar, crimson, dbl. 

Crimson Crown , dark crimson 

Crimson Globe, deep crimson 

Crimson Rambler, climbing, large trusses 

Crown Prince, bright purple, shaded 

Cynthia (1909), lemon shaded white 

^%ainty, primrose yellow 

■^ Danmark, similar to La France... 
David Harum, rosy peach pink ... 
Dawn, large, semi-double, rosy pink 
Dean Hole, silvery carmine, shaded salmon 
Delight, single carmine red flowers 

De Meaux, pale rose, smaU, double 

Desdemona, clear rose, opaque pink 

Devoniensis, creamy white 

Diabolo, blackish purple, tinted fiery red 

Dora, peach blossom colour 

Dorothy, clear bright flesh 

Dorothy Dennison, lovely shell pink 

Dorothy Page Roberts, coppery pink 

Dorothy Perkins, climber, light pink, clusters .. 

Dorothy Ratcliffe, coral red, shaded fawn 

Dr. Andry, bright crimson 



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Dr. Felix Guyon, orange fawn 

Dr. Grill, rose, coppery shading ... 

Dr. J. Campbell Hall, coral, suffused white 

Dr. O'Donel Browne, carmine rose 

Dr. William Gordon, brilliant satin pink 

Due de Rohan, brilliant carmine 

Duchess of Albany, suffused pink 

Duchess of Bedford, scarlet crimson 

Duchess of Fife, deep crimson 

Duchess of Leeds, pink 

Duchess of Portland, sulphur yellow 

Duchess de Valtombrosa, flesh blush 

Duchess of Wellington, saffron yellow ... 

Duchess of Westminster (191 1), clear rose madder 

Duke of Albany, deep pink, large 

Duke of Connaught, velvety crimson ... 

Duke of Edinburgh, scarlet crimson 

Duke Englebert d'Aremberg, cream 

Duke of Fife, crimson scarlet 

Duke of Teck, crimson scarlet ... 

Duke of Wellington, velvety crimson ... 

Duke of York, pink and white 

Dundee Rambler, white, edged pink, doublfe 
Dupuy Ja main, cherry carmine 

Carl of Dufferln, velvety crimson 

^' Earl of Warwick, soft salmon pink 

Ecarlate, brilliant scarlet 

Eclair, brilliant red 

Edith Bellenden, pale rose 

Edith d'Om brain, white, tinged pale pink 

Edouard Morren, glossy pink 

Edu Meyer, copper coloured yellow 

Edward VII. beautiful pink, dwarf 

Edward Mawley {191 1), velvety crimson 

Elaine (1908), palest lemon white 

Electra, yellow, climbing ... 

EUe Morel, lilac rose, coloured ... 

Elizabeth, deep rosy pink 

Elizabeth Barnes, salmon rose 



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Elizabeth Kitto, bedding, carmine rose ... 

Ella Gordon, bright cherry 

Ellen Drew, silver pink, peach shading 

Elsie, flesh coloured pink ... 

Emile Fortepaule, white, very pretty ... 
Emperor de Maroc, dark velvety crimson 

Empress, white, pink centre 

Empress Alex, of Russia, lake red 
Enchantress, creamy white, buff centre 

England's Glory, pink 

Ernest Metz, carmine rose, deep centre 
Ethel Brownlow, carmine, fine cupped ... 
Ethel Malcolm (igio), ivory white 
Etienne Levet, carmine pink, shaded 
Etoile de France, dark red 

Etoile de Lyon, pale sulphur 

Etoile d'Or, citron yellow 

Eugene Furst, velvety crimson 

Eugenie Lamesch, orange, changing to yellow . 
Euphrosyne, pinkish rose, rambler 

Evangeline, white, tipped pink 

Evelyn Dauntesey (191 1), soft salmon ... 
E. Veyrat Hermanos, apricot yellow 
Evergreen Gem, buff, changing to white 
Excelsa, clusters of scar, flowers, 
Exposition de Brie, shaded crimson 
Exquisite, bright crimson 

CT^bvier, dazzling crimson scarlet 

■ Fairy (1909), single white, clusters 

Fairy Queen, fawn, creamy white 

Farben Konigin, imperial pink 

Felicite Perpetue, evergreen, creamy 

Fellenberg, bright crimson 

Ferdinand de Lesseps, shaded crimson ... 

Fernie hurst (191 1), coppers^ pink on fawn 

Fimbriata, white tinted blush rose 

Fisher Holmes, brilliant shaded crimson 

Flora, bright rose 

Flora M'lvor, pure white, blushed rose 



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Florence H. Veltch (191 i)j brilliant scarlet 

Florence Pemberton, creamy white 

Flower of Fairfield (1908), scarlet 

Fortuna, apricot, shaded buff 

Fortune's Yellow, orange yellow, climbing 
Francisca Kruger, lightly tinted coppery rose ... 

Francis Dubreuil, crimson, fine 

Francois Michelon, silvery rose, very fine 
Frau Karl Druschki, pure white, very fine 
Frau Lila Rautenstraugh, silvery white 

F. R. Patzer, distinct creamy bufi 

Frances C. Seton (191 1), deep rose pink 

Frau Peter Lambert, rose shaded salmon 
Freda, old rose distinct 

gardenia, yellow, changing to cream 

^* Gardiniaflora, snow-white 

General Jacqueminot, brilliant crimson, shaded 

General M* Arthur, brilliant crimson 

General Schabilkine, red, petals purple 
George C. Waud {1908), orange vermillion 
George Laing Paul, deep bright crimson 

Georges Pernet, dwarf pink ;. 

Georges Schwartz, golden yellow 

Gerbe Rose, bright pink cup-shaped flowers ... 

Gertrude, pale pink 

Gladys Harkness, salmon pink, very fine 

Gloire de Dijon, buf? yellow 

Gloire de I'Ex. de Bruxelles, purplish amaranth 

Gloire de Margottin, brilliant red 

Gloire des Mousseuses, light rose, large 
Gloire des Polyanthas, rose, white centre 
Gloire Lyonnaise, light yellow, edged white ... 
Glory of Cheshunt, shaded crimson 

G. Nabonnand, delicate rose, shaded yellow 
Golden Gate, pale lemon yellow, edged pink . . . 
Goldfinch, golden yellow, changing white 
Goldquelle, golden yel., good decorative Rose ... 
Gottfried Keller, apricot, golden centre 


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Grace Molyneaux, creamy apricot ... .. 
Grace Thomson (1909), red and white ... ., 
Gracilis, climbing, pink ... ... ... *[ 

Grandiflora, white ' *** *[, 

Grand Duke A. de Luxembourg, rosy red ... 

Grand Mogul, maroon crimson ... \ 

Green Mantle, rich pink, banded white * ... 
Gruss an Teplitz, scarlet crimson, large ". 
Gustave Grunerwald, bright carmine pink ... 
Gustave Piganeau, carmine-lake, very large ... 
Gustave Regis, canary yellow, edged carmine ... 

U arrisonii, very bright yellow 

■^ Harry Kirk, sulphur yellow \ 

H. Armytage Moore, rosy pink 

Herzogin M. Antoinette, very fine vellow rose . . . 

Heinrich Schultheis, pinkish rose' 

Helene, climbing, delicate violet... 
Helen Keller, rose-cerise, large, full 
Helen Welter, brilhant rose colour ... '/,. 

Her Majesty deep rich pink 

Hiawatha, crimson, base shaded white .!! ... 

His Majesty { 1 909) , fine dark crimson 

Homere, cream, tinted rose 

Hon. Edith Gilford, flesh, slightly salmon '.'. 

Hon. Ina Bingham, white, veined 

Horace Vernet, deep crimson ... ... ."* 

Hugh Dickson, deep red 

Hugh Watson, crimson shaded carmine 

Hugo Roller, lemon, suffused crimson 

Hugonis, yel. single flowers (species) ] 

Iceberg, pure white, small blossoms 

■ Inermis, bright red ... ... .]] 

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[rene, silvery white 

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Irish Engineer dazzling scarlet 

Irish Glory, silvery pink, single ... 

Irish Harmony, saffron yellow, smeared claret . 

Irish Modesty, coral pink, single 

Irish Pride, rose and gold, single 

Irish Star, bright rose, single 

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lames Coey (1909), golden yellow ... 
^ James Veitch, dark crimson 
J. B. Clark, deep scarlet, a fine rose 
Jean Ducher, salmon yellow, tinted peach 
Jean Liabaud, fiery crimson, dark centre 
Jeannie Deans, semi-double, crimson 
Jeannie Dickson, rosy pink, edged silvery pink 

Jersey Beauty, pale yellow ... 

Jessie, light scarlet, very free, dwarf 
Johanna Sebus, salmon-pink, tinted yellow 
John Cuff (1908), deep carmine pink 
John Hopper, rosy crimson, very large ... 
Jonkheer J. L. Mock, red and salmon ... 
John Ruskin, rosy carmine, rich tint ... 
John Stuart Mill, clear red, large 
Joseph Hill, pink, salmon shaded 

Joseph Lowe, pale flesh pink 

Jules Finger, rose, shaded salmon 

Jules Margottin^ glossy carmine ... 

Julie de Mersant, rose, slightly shaded white 

Julie Mannering, porcelain pink ... 

Juliet, rosy red, outer petals old gold ... 



l/^aiserin Augusta Victoria, white 
■^ Kaiserin Friedrich, yellow 

Katherine Zeimet, white, dwarf 

Kathleen, carmine-rose, most attractive 

Killarney, flesh colour, shaded white .. 

Klondyke, yellow, very vigorous 



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^ La Fraicheur» pale rose ... 
La France, silvery rose colour 
La France d* '89, brilliant red, lined white 
La Perle, white, semi-double 
La Rosiere, crimson-maroon 
La Tosca, silvery pink, salmon shade ... 
Lady Alice Stanley, deep coral rose 

Lady Ardilaun, silvery pink 

Lady Arthur Hill, rose-Hlac, large 
Lady Ashtown, very pale Rose du Barri 
Lady Barham (191 1), deep flesh coral pink 
Lady Battersea, cherry crimson ... 

Lady Castlereagh, salmon-pink 

Lady Curzon, large single pink 

Lady de Bathe, creamy white 

Lady Downe (191 1), bnff, shading to yellow 

Lady Gay, deep rich rose-pink ... 

Lady Greenall {191 1), saffron orange, unique 

Lady Helen Stewart, crimson-scarlet 

Lady Helen Vincent, pink, fragrant 

Lady Henry Grosvenor, flesh coloured, fine 

Lady Hillingdon, deep apricot yellow ... 

Lady M, Boscawen (1911), sheU pink on fawn 

Lady Mary Corry, deep golden yellow ... 

Lady Mary Fitzwilliam, delicate flesh colour 

Lady Moyra Beauclerc, madder red 

Lady Overtoun, salmon ; [Exhibition ... 

Lady Penzance, soft coppery tint 

Lady Pirrie, salmon, flushed fawn 

Lady Quartus Ewart, white 

Lady Roberts, rich reddish apricot 
Lady Rossmore, reddish crimson 
Lady Sheffield, rosy cerise, fine shape ... 
Lady Ursula (1908), distinct flesh pink ... 
Lady Waterlow, red shaded salmon 
Lady Wenlock, China-rose, shaded gold 
Lamarque, creamy white, yellow centre 

Laneii, deep crimson 

Laurence Allen, soft pink, pale r shading 



Key to Lettering and General Price List, see pages 24 and 25. 

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Laurent Carle (1907), velvety carmine 

Laurette Messimy, rose, shaded yellow 

Le Havre, cherry red, fragrant 

Lena, glowing apricot colour 

Leonie Lamesch, coppery red, golden centre ., 

Leontine Gervais, salmon and rose 

Le Progres, nankeen yellow, grand garden rose 
Leslie Holland (1911), deep scarlet crimson, fine 

Leuchstern, single, white eye, rambler 

Liberty, velvety crimson ... 

L'Ideal, climbing yellow ... 
Little Gem, very small, double crimson... 
Long worth Rambler, climbing, bright crimson .. 
Lord Bacon, deep crim., shaded velvety black .. 

Lord Penzance, shaded fawn 

Louis Phillipe, crimson *] 

Louis Van Houtte, dark crimson, shaded .. 

Lucette, pink on white ground, vig. 

Luciole, carmine rose, tinted yellow 

Lucy Ashton, white, pink edges ... .,. [ 

Lucy Bertram, deep crimson [, 

Luxembourg, purplish crimson , 

Lyon Rambler, bright pink, large clusters 
Lyon-Rose, salmon-pink ... 

lUlabel Drew (1911), deep cream passing to yL 
■•■ Mabel Morrison, white, large, beautiful.., 

Ma Capucine, bronze yellow 

Madame Abel Chatenay, carmine pink ... ... 

Madame Alfred Carriere, climbing, white .[, 

Madame Angele Jaequier, flamed cerise 

Madame Alf. Sabatier, satiny peach red 

Madame Antoine Marl, soft rosy pink ... ... 

Madame Badin, crimson ... 

Madame Berard, climbing, salmon yellow 

Madame C. Monnier, orange-yellow 

Madame Cadeau-Ramey, flesh, yellow base ... 

Madame Caroline Kuster, yeUow, lemon petals... 

Madame C. Crapelet, rosy scarlet 

Madame Charles, apricot, semi-globular 



Collections of Roses, see pages 26 and 27. 



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Madame C. Guinoisseau, canary yellow... 
Madame Clemence Joigneaux, carmine lilac 
Madame Gusin, bright rose, light centre 
Madame C. Soupert, deep yellow 
Madame d'Arblay, climber, white, cluster 
Madame de Watteville, white, salmon pink 
Madame Delville, bright rose colour 
Madame E. Metz, salmon pink, yellow base 
Madame Ed. Ory, reddish crimson 
Madame Emilie Charrin, pink and free ... 
Madame Emile Dupuy, pale fawn 
Madame Eugene Resal, rosy pink and copper 
Madame Eugene Verdier, glossy rose 
Madame Eugene Verdier, yellow 
Madame Falcot, apricot, like Safrano ... 
Madame Gabriel Luizet, satin rose 
Madame Georges Bruant, white, very sweet 
Madame Hector Leuilliot, golden, carmine cent 
Madame Hoste, yellowish white, yellow centre 
Madame Isaac Pereire, carmine, climbing 
Madame Jean Dupuy, reddish yellow ... 
Madame Joseph Combet, creamy white, large 
Madame Joseph Metral, deep pink, climbing 
Madame Jules Gravereaux, chamois yellow 

Madame Jules Grolez, pink 

Madame Lacharme, white, globular, free 
Madame Lambard, salmon shaded rose 
Madame Leon Pain, silvery white & carnation 
Madame Margottin, citron yellow 
Madame Melanie Soupert, salmon yellow 
Madame Moreau, climber, coppery yellow 
Madame N. Levavasseur, crimson, dwarf 
Madame Pernet-Ducher, canary yellow 
Madame Pierre Cochet, climbing yellow 
Madame Plantier, pure white, free bloomer 
Madame Ravary, golden yellow, conical 

Madame S. Weber, pale salmon 

Madame Vermorel, coppery yellow 
Madame Victor Verdier, crimson-scarlet, fine 
Madame Wagram Gomtesse de Turenne, rose 



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Madame Welch, light yellow, orange centre ... 
Madame Willermoz, creamy white, tinted fawn 

Mdlle. S. Beaumez, white 

Magna Charta, pink, suffused carmine ... 

Maharajah, velvety crimson, vigorous 

Maiden's Blush, delicate blush, old fashioned .. 
Maman Cochet, flesh rose, shaded yellow 

Maman Levavasseur {vide B, Dorothy) 

Mamie, carmine, yellow zone 

Marchioness of Downshire, satin pink, shaded .. 

Marchioness of Dufferin, rosy pink 

Marchioness of Londonderry, ivory white 
Marchioness of Lome, rich red, shaded carmine 
Marchioness of Waterford, salmon pink 
Marechal Niel, climbing, golden yellow 
Margaret {1909), delicate pink ... 
Margaret Dickson, white, pale flesh centre 
Margaret Molyneux, saffron yellow 
Marichu Zayas, crushed strawberry 

Marie Baumann, carmine red 

Marie Corelli, salmon pink 

Marie de Blois, bright rose 

Marie Rady, brilliant red, large 

Marie Van Houtte, palest primrose 

Marie Verdier, flesh coloured, cupped ... 
Marjorie, white, suffused salmon pink ... 

Marquis of Salisbury, velvety red 

Marquise J. de la Chataigneraye, silvery white.. 
Marquise de Castellane, cherry rose 
Marquise de Ganay, silvery rose, extra large 
Marquise de Sinety, golden yellow 
Marquise Lita, carmine rose, red centre 

Ma Tulipe, crimson 

Maurice Bernardin, shaded crimson 

Mavourneen, silvery white, shaded rose 

May Kenyon Slaney, pink on cream 

M. H. Walsh, velvety crimson ... 

May Queen, coral pink, pretty 

Medea, lemon colour, canary yellow centre 
Meg Merrilees, fine crimson 



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Melody (191 1), fine deep saffron yellow... 
Merveille de Lyon, pure white, tinged satin 
Meta, crushed strawberry, suffused saffron 

Michael Bonnet, rose colour 

Mignonette, rose, changing to white, clusters 
Mildred Grant, light, attractive ... 

Minna, pure white... 

Minnehaha, deep rose 
Miss Alice de Rothschild, citron yellow 
Miss Cynthia Forde {1909), rose pink 
Miss Muriel Jamison, orange carmine 
Molly Sharman Crawford, white 
Monsieur Boncenne, rich crimson 
Mons. Desir, velvety crimson 
Monsieur E. Levet, carmine red ... 

Monsieur E. Y. Teas, deep cherry red 

jMorning Glow, rose, suffused orange and fawn 

Moyesi, rich deep red (species) 

Mrs. Aaron J Ward (1907), Indian yellow 
Mrs. Alfred Byass, pale rose, white 
Mrs. Alfred Tate (1909), coppery red ... 
Mrs. A, M. Kirker, clear bright cerise ... 
Mrs. Amy Hammond (191 1), blend of 

amber, and apricot 

Mrs. Arthur E. E. Coxhead, claret .,[ .. 

Mrs. Arthur Munt (1909), suffused peach 
Mrs. A. R. Waddell (1908), reddish salmon 
Mrs. A. Waterer, deep red semi-double flowers.. 
Mrs. Bosanquet, pale flesh, very lovely 
Mrs. B. R. Cant, deep rose colour, suffused 

Mrs. Charles Custis Harrison, pink 

Mrs. Charles E. Allan (191 1), pale neut. orange 

Mrs. Cocker, fine pink, large ... 

Mrs. Conway Jones, white, flushed pink [., 

Mrs. Cornwallis West (1911), shell and rose pink 
Mrs. David Jardine (1908), rosy pink 
iWrc David M'Kee, creamy vellow 









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Mrs. Edward J. Holland, salmon-rose . 
Mr s. E. G . Hill, coral red, white centre 



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Edward Mawley, bright carmitie 

Foley Hobbs {1910), ivory white 

Frank Cant, clear pink 

Frank Workman, deep dear rose pink ... 
Fred Straker (19 10), orange crimson 

F. W. Flight, bright pink 

George Dickson, dehcate pink 

George Preston, silver rose pink 

G. W. Kershaw, deep rose pink 

Harkness, silvery pink, distinct 

Harold Brocklebank, white 

Harry Turner, crimson, maroon shading ... 
Herbert Stevens (19 10), white 

Hubert Taylor {1909), shell pink 

Isabelle Milner, ivory, pink 

James Craig (1908), salmon-rose 

James White, strawberry pink 

James Wilson, lemon yellow 

John Bateman, deep China rose 

John Laing, soft pink, fragrant 

Jos. H. Welch (1910), briUiant rose-pink ... 
Jo Witt, glowing crimson, shaded lake 

Leonard Petrie, honey yeUow 

Maynard Sinton (1910), silvery white 

Miles Kennedy, silvery, buff 

Paul, blush white, shaded peach, climbing 

Peter Blair, lemon chrome 

P. H. Coates (1909), milky white 

P. Le Cornu (191 1), bright rose colour ... 
R. G. Sharman Crawford, deep rosy pink... 

Sophia Neate, bright salmon 

Stephen Treseder, pale lemon 

Stewart Clark, brilliant pink, large 
Theodore Roosevelt, creamy, large, full ... 
Walter Easlea (1910), crimson carmine ... 
W. Christie-Miller, blush, shaded salmon... 

Wm. Cooper (1908), rosy flesh 

W. H. Cutbush, pale rose 

Wilfred Lloyd, bright rose pink 

W. J. Grant, rosy pink, full 


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Mrs. W. T. Massey, (191 1), an orange coloured 

Irish EJlegance 

Muriel Grahame, pale cream, flushed rose 

■Lllphetos, pure white, immense petals 
■^ Nita Weldon (1909), ivory white... 
Noella Nabonnand, crimson climbing 

Nova Zerabla, pure white .' 

Nymph, single, apple blossom colour . . . 

Qberhofgartner Terks, sal. pink, very fine 
^^ Old Crimson China, brilliant crimson 

Old Pink China, pink 

Orieans Rose, vivid rosy crimson, dwarf ' 

Oscar Cordel, bright carmine 

Othello, dark maroon red... 

Otto Von Bismarck, an improved La France 

papa Gontier, bright crimson 

' Papa Lambert, flesh pink 

Papillon, rosy pink 

Paquerette, pure white, small ... ,.. 
Paradise, climber, pink and white 
Paula (1908), sulphur-yellow ... ..'. 
Paul Lede, carmine pink, shaded yellow ' 
Paul Neyron, rose colour, very showy .. 

Paul's Single White, climbing 

Paul Transon, rosy pink ... * 

Peggy, saffron-yellow to prim., semi-double 
Perle de Lyon, deep apricot, fine shape 
Perle des Jardins, straw colour, shaded 
Perie des Neiges, snow-white, double ... 
Perle d'Or, nankeen-yellow 
Perle Von Godesberg, yellow ... ..] 
Perpetual Crimson Rambler, perp.-flower 
Perpetual Thalia, autumn-flowering, white 
Perpetual White, white, in large clusters 
Persian Yellow, golden yellow, medium size 
Pharisaer, rose colour, shaded silver 
Philadelphia Rambler, deep rich crimson 



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Phyllis, deep rose 

Pie X, creamy white 

Pierre Netting, dark crimson, shaded ... 

Pink Roamer, bright pink, climbing 

Polyantha Simplex, white 

Portia, pale rose, centre shaded yellow ... 
Pride of Reigate, carmine, flaked white,.. 
Pride of Waltham, flesh rose, shaded ... 

Prince Arthur, deep crimson 

Prince Camille de Rohan, crimson-maroon 

Prince de Bulgarie, rosy white 

Princess Alice, pink 

Princess Beatrice, primrose yellow, shaded 
Princess Egan Von Rotibor, crimson 
Princesse M. Mertchersky, silvery pink ... 
Princess of Wales, rosy yellow, yellow centre . 
Princess de Sagan, very bright scarlet ... 
Professor C. S, Sargent, pure yellow 
Prosper Laugier, crimson shaded scarlet 
Psyche, pale rosy pink, good rambler rose 
Purity, white, flushed, semi-climbing ... 

Queen Alexandra, rose pink 
Queen of Belgians, pure wht., dbl clust.. 
Queen Mab, rosy apricot, orange centre 
Queen of Queens, pink, blush edges 
Queen of Spain, pale flesh 

Dainbow, striped and splashed carmine 
■ * Rayon d*Or, yellow cadmium ... 

Red Pet, bright red 

Red Safrano, deep coppery red ... 

Refulgence (1908), scarlet [ 

Reine Marie Henriette, cherry red, good climb. 

Reine Marguerite d'ltalie, bright carmine red . 

Reine Olga de Wurtemburg, vivid red ... 

Renee Wilmart-Urban, salmon-flesh 

Rene Andre, saffron yellow, semi-double 

Reve d'Or, yellow, semi-double 

Rev. Alan Cheales, pure lake, very fine... 



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Reynolds Hole, crimson maroon, globular 

Rhea Reid (1908), brilliant crimson 

Richmond, pure scarlet-red ; superb 

Robert Duncan, rosy lake, perfect blooms 

Robert Scott, rosy pink, shaded flesh 

Rosalind, bright pink, dwarf habit 

Rose Apples, very effective 

Rose Bradwardine, clear rose, fine habit 

Rubens, creamy white, tinted pink 

Rubin, climbing, deep crimson ... 
Rubrifolia, single, soft rose, red foliage 

Ruby Queen, pink 

Ruga, pale flesh, large double 

Rugosa Alba, white, very effective 

Rugosa Rubra, pure crimson 

Oafrano, apricot and buff, beautiful bud ... 

^^ Scotch Rose (i?. spmosissima)^ various ... 

Sea Shell, mother-of-pearl white 

Senateur Vaisse, scarlet crimson, globular 

Serieea Pterocantha, handsome variety 

Shandon, carmine, reddish centre ... 
Sheila, bright rose, long pointed buds ... 

Sheilagh Wilson, hght scarlet carmine 

Shower of Gold, col. W. A. Richardson 

Simplicity, pure white, almost single 

Sinica Anemone, silvery pink, climbing hybrid 

Sir Garnet Wolseley, carmine, fine 

Sir Rowland Hill, good dark rose 

Snechlecht, white, good climber 

Snowstorm, clusters of pure white 

Socrates, deep rose, fawn centre... 

Soleil d*Or, deep yellow, large, full 

Souv. de Catherine Guillot, orange red 

Souv. de Pierre Notting, apricot yellow 
Souv. de Gabrielle Drevet, salmon white 
Souv. de Madame Eugene Verdier, yellow 

Souv. d'EIise Vardon, creamy white 

Souv. de la Malmaison, flesh blush 


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Souv. de Leonie Vienot, yellow, very fine 
Souv. de Paul Neyron, light, blush centre 
Souv. de P. Leperedrieux, crimson 
Souv. de President Carnot, flesh, shaded white.. 
Souv. de S, A. Prince, pure white, very fine .. 

Souv. de Therese Level, scarlet red 

Souv. d*un Ami, flesh blush 

Souv. Maria de Zayas, vivid carmine 

Souv. of Stella Gray, deep orange 

Splendens, white, edged red 

Stan well Perpetual, blush rose, large, double .. 

Stariight, white, suffused rose-violet 

Star of Waltham, carmine rose ... 

Stella, vivid carmine, clusters, climber ... 

Sulphurea, sulphur yellow 

Sultan of Zanzibar, blackish maroon 

Sunrise, reddish carmine ... 

Sunset, orange and saffron 

Suzanne Marie Rodocanachi, rose colour 

Sylph, white tinted violet and peach 

Sylvia (191 1), pale lemon, changing to pure wht. 

Symmetry (1909), deep car. crimson 



Tausendschon, fine soft pink ... 
■ Tennyson, pearly white ... 
T. B. Haywood, crimson scarlet ... 
Thalia, pure white, rambler 

The Bride, pure white 

The Farquhar, rosy pink colour ... 
The Garland, climbing, white cluster 
The Lion, rambler, rich crimson 

The Queen, pure white 

The Tea, tea-like foliage, rambler 
Theresa (1909), rich apricot orange 
Thoresbyana, syn. Bennett's Seedling 
Thomas Mills, rosy carmine 

Tom Wood, cherry red 

Topaz, yellow, changing to amber 
Trier, white, suffused pink ... 



For prices per doz. and 100, see page 25, 

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^^ Ulster, bright salmon, highly perfumed 
Una, creamy white 
Unique Provence, syn. White Provence 

k#eilchenblau (1908), bluish purple 
' Victor Hugo, dazzling crimson red 

Victor Verdier, hght cherry rose 

Violet Bouyer, white, shaded pink 

Viridifiora, green, very curious ... 

Viscount Carlow (1910), carmine pink .. 

Viscountess Enfleld, old rose shaded yel. 

Viscountess Folkestone, creamy pink ,. 

%A#alter Speed, lemon, shaded white .. 
*' Waltham Bride, snow white 
Waltham Climber, No. 1, crimson climber 
Waltham Climber, No. 2, crimson climber 
Waltham Climber, No. 3, crimson climber 
Waltham Rambler, rosy pink, pale centre 

Warrior, scarlet- crimson 

Webbiana Grandiflora, pink (species) ... 
Wedding Bells, shell pink, semi-dotible ... 
W. E. Lippiatt, crimson shaded maroon 
W. F. Bennett, crimson ... 

W. H. Taft, a pink forcing rose 

White Baroness, pure white 

White Bath, paper white 

White Dorothy {1908), pure white 
White Killarney, from pink Killarney ... 
White Lady, cream coloured 
White Maman Cochet, pure white 
White Marechal Niel, a creamy white sport 
White Pet, white, tinted pink, clusters ... 
White Provence, old fashioned variety ... 

Wichuraiana alba, white 

William Allen Richardson, climbing, yellow 
William Shean, pink, immense size 
Williams* Evergreen, yellowish- white ... 
W. R. Smith (1908), creamy white 



Collections of Roses, see pages 26 and 27« 

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26 

Prices of 
Collections of Roses. 

COLLECTION A. (SeebeUw). 

Twelve of the Best Perpetual 

Flowering For 9/6 

COLLECTION B. ( see page ^t). 

Six Varieties for Pillars ... For 5/- 

COLLECTION C. (see page z^). 

Twelve Varieties recommended 

for General Garden Culture ... For 10/- 

COLLECTION D. (Seepage%T), 

Twenty-four Varieties recom- 
mended for Exhibition pur- 
poses For 20/- 

COLLECTION E. (Seepage^^). 

Twelve Varieties recommended 
for Classes of Garden Roses, 
Summer and Perpetual Plower- 
ing For 9/6 

Prepaid orders carriage paid and packing free. 



Collection of Roses. 

Including the Rev, /. H, PemhertofC s Descriptwe List of 
Selected Roses recommended for cultivation. 

A. — Twelve of the best Perpetual 

Flowering. For 9/6 

Caroune Testout (ht) Mme. Abei, Chatenay (ht) 

Fisher Hoi,mes (hp) Maman Cochet (t) 

Frau Kari. Druschki (HP) Marie Van Houxte (t) 

Gruss an Tepwtz (ht) Mrs. John Laing (hp) 

LYON-ROSE (per) UI,RICH BrUNNER (HP) 

La France (ht) White Maman Cochet (t) 



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B.— Six Varieties for Pillars. For 5/- 



Bi,usH Rambi^er 
Bouquet d'Or 
Crimson Rambi^er 
Dorothy Perkins 



Reine Oi,ga de Wurxem- 

BURG 

Fei,icite Perpetue 



C— Twelve Varieties recommended for 



General Garden Culture, 



For 10/- 



Caroune Testout 
Dean Hoi,e 
Fisher Hoi^mes 
Frau Kari, Druschki 
La France 
Lyon-Rose 



Mme. Abei. Chaxenay 
Mme. Ravary 
Maman Cochet 
Mrs. John I,aing 
U1.RICH B runner 
White Maman Cochet 



D.— Twenty-four Varieties recommended 

for Exhibition Purposes. For 20/- 



Ar^FRED K. Wiujams (hp) 
Bessie Brown (ht) 
Caroline Testout (ht) 

ChARI^ES LfEFEBVRE (HP) 

Dean Hoi,e (ht) 
F1.0RENCE Pemberton (ht) 
Frau Kari, Druschki (hp) 
HEI.EN KEI,I,ER (HP) 
Horace Vernet (hp) 

KlI,I,ARNEY (HT) 

Lady Ashtown (ht) 
M. H. Wai,sh (hp) 
Lyon-Rose (per) 



Mme. Hoste (t) 
Mme. Victor Verdier (hp) 
Maman Cochet (t) 
Mamie (ht) 
Mii.dred Grant (ht) 
Mrs. Edward Mawley (t) 
Mrs. John Laing (hp) 
Mrs. W. J. Grant (ht) 
Suzanne Marie Rodocan- 

ACHI (hp) 

U1.RICH B runner (hp) 
White Maman Cochet (t) 



E.— Twelve Varieties recommended for 
Classes of Garden Roses — 
Summer and Perpetual Flowering. For 9/6 



Anne of Geierstein 

Crimson Rambi^er 

Dorothy Perkins 

Plectra 

Gruss an Teputz 

Lady Roberts 



Madame Abei. Chatenay 
Madame Ai,fd. Carriers 
Madame Chari^es 
Madame Ravary 

SUI.PHUREA 

Wm. Ai,i,en Richardson 



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Requirements 

FROM 

King's Acre Nurseries. 



*^ 



1. To SUPPLY THE ROSES and number of 

each as specified in the respective columns 

2. To ATTACH " ACME *' LABELS (naming 

each plant) at 1/3 per dozen. 

3. To SUPPLY " ACME *' LABELS (naming 

each plant) with Holders for fixing in the 
ground, at 2/3 per dozen. 

4. To FORWARD 

Illustrated Catalogue of Roses, Fruit 
and Forest Trees, and General Nursery 
Stock. 



Name .. 
Address 



Pf^eeping 
Standard Roses. 



^K^W 



Jp ULL particularSy if desired^ 
will be given of the above namedy 
including all sizes in 

Extra Fine Specimens^ 

specially grown with straight stems 
and well developed heads.